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About Austin Texas Tutoring
Austin is the capital city of Texas, and has a population of over 900,000 residents. It is the fastest growing of the United States’ 50 largest cities. It is located in Central Texas, and features a wide variety of natural waterways, including waterfalls, rivers, and lakes. Austin is known as “The Live Music Capital of the World,” and has a large number of live music and performing arts venues, unique small businesses, and historic landmarks.
There are 29 public school districts in Austin, the largest of which is the Austin Independent School District. It includes The Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders and the Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School, which is consistently rated as one of the top thirty high schools in the United States. Private instruction and tutoring through in-home or online test prep from Austin tutors may help you gain admission to prestigious private schools such as Saint Edward’s University, or the nationally renowned University of Texas at Austin, which is home to the state’s best law, engineering, and business programs. There are also a number of tutors in Austin located near many of the community colleges and vocational schools within the Austin metropolitan area. No matter which school choice you make, you could get an advantage through online test prep and tutoring in Austin, TX.
There are many distinctive attractions in Austin for you to experience, and many offer complimentary admission. One of Austin’s most well-known landmarks is the Congress Avenue Bridge, which is home to the world’s largest urban bat colony. Each night, you can join hundreds of people who amass on the bridge to watch the bats emerge. Austin also hosts the annual Bat Fest in late summer, with live music, arts and crafts, a costume contest, and more. Music enthusiasts will find a vibrant live music scene, which is centered around the many venues on 6th Street. You can attend a live taping of the television show “Austin City Limits” at downtown Austin’s Moody Theater, and The Austin City Limits Music Festival is held each year in Zilker Park. Austin also hosts one of the largest music festivals in the country: South By Southwest (SXSW). It welcomes hundreds of musical acts to the city each March. You can also visit one of Austin’s many museums, including the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, and the Blanton Museum of Art.
Austin is the largest U.S. city without a major-league professional sports team. However, there are many minor-league games for you to enjoy, like the Austin Aztex soccer team, the Austin Spurs basketball team, and the Austin Outlaws football team. The city is also known for its cycling-friendly terrain and climate, and it hosts a large number of cycling, running, and multi-sport races throughout the year.
Hoping to take your education to the next level? In-home or online private instruction, test prep, and tutoring in Austin might help you reach your academic goals.
MicheleI earned my associate degree at Austin Community College in Mass Communications, and went on to study at Texas State University, where I earned a BA in Spanish and English, with a particular focus on creative writing. Later, I earned my MSIS in the Graduate School of Applied Arts at Texas State. The emphasis of my graduate work was on social research involving communication and organization behavior. I have gone on to work for more than 10 years in health care, working on professional development and marketing. I have also taught adults in a variety of classes to help them build up their professional skills. Some of these classes include conflict resolution, professional writing, time management, and organization skills. I earned my certification in reading strategy, where I help students use visualization techniques to aid in their comprehension, as well as verbalization techniques to aid them in expressing themselves. I especially enjoy working with people to discover the techniques and skills that will be of value to them for their entire lives. I enjoy those times when, as a tutor, I can help a student overcome anxiety related to testing, so that they can feel enthusiastic about the content they are learning. A few things I like are biking, writing, and Zumba.
Texas State University-San Marcos - Bachelor in Arts, English and Spanish
Texas State University-San Marcos - Masters, Communications, Training
High School English
KatrinaI am a UT - Austin graduate student pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering. Prior to that, I attended Goucher College to earn my bachelor's degree in math and Spanish. When I work with students, I focus on the student's needs and learning style to help them develop confidence in their ability to solve problems and become self-sufficient learners. Every student has different strengths and areas of opportunity, but every student can learn math. I encourage students to tackle math problems in whatever way works for them. This allows students to learn how they learn, which sets them up for success now and in the future. I also help students develop study skills and organizational skills, which also helps lead to their success in all subject areas. I like to get to know my students and make them comfortable so that they can communicate openly and make mistakes without worrying about it. I can tutor students in algebra, calculus, English, Spanish, differential equations, statics, and others. In my free time, I enjoy reading, music, soccer, music, traveling, and spending time with family.
Goucher College - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics and Spanish
ElizabethWhile earning my Bachelor of Arts in English at Principia College, I tutored students in high school and college English, literature, and writing. During my junior year at PC, I worked as a tutor at the writing center after I passed the required training course. In addition, I helped students write college essays in multiple subjects as a Peer Writing Tutor. Post-graduation, I worked with literature students on writing and editing papers for the English department. In Austin, Texas, I run one of UT's student residences. As a tutor, I enjoy watching students as they develop their writing skills. I work with each student to develop a thorough understanding of the subject, providing them with strategies and tools proven to be effective. I can guide students from elementary school to college in expressing their thoughts, finding their voice, and completing any tasks they face. Between my experience and education, I can provide well-rounded support and encouragement to the students I work with. During my down time, I enjoy riding my bike through the park, as well as writing and reading under the trees. I love exploring the variety of locations around Austin as well.
Principia College - Bachelor in Arts, English Literature
High School English